Traditionally made with diced lamb or mutton, shepherd's pie is just as tasty when you substitute ground beef. Try these ground beef shepherd's pie recipes recapture the essence of a wholesome country meal. What they lose in authenticity they make up for in flavor and convenience.See Popular Shepherds Pie Recipes
Cheddar mashed potatoes give this ground beef and vegetable casserole cheeseburger-like flavor.
This version of classic Shepherd's Pie features ground beef and vegetables in a savory sauce topped with mashed potatoes and baked until piping hot.
Classic Shepherd's Pie is topped with mashed potatoes, but our modern version mixes in rutabaga, parsnips and carrots, too.
Make this favorite beef and potato casserole recipe faster and easier by using shortcut ingredients.
Incorporate a few more nutrients into your shepherd's pie by using butternut squash instead of potatoes. It's just as satisfying and gives you another use for seasonal veggies.
Hiding under cheddar mashed potatoes, your fork will find lean ground beef flavored with fragrant cumin, jalapeno peppers and smoky fire-roasted tomatoes.
Kids will love this beef and potato pie, seasoned with Sloppy Joe mix. You'll love that we tossed vegetables in and made it a 30 minute meal.
The mashed potatoes and cheese topper makes this beef, sausage, and veggie pie stick-to-the-ribs delicious. Serve it with fresh fruit for dessert and your meal is complete.
In EatingWell's take on Shepherd's Pie, we replace the potato topping with convenient, delicious frozen squash puree. And they're baked in individual ramekins to guarantee perfectly sized servings and help you get it on the table fast.
"Tassies" are, essentially, tiny pies -- derived from the French word tasse, or "cup," they are literally a cupful of deliciousness, the size of a small cookie. Cutest thing in the world. Of course, this is a multi-step process: first, you have to make 36 teeny pie crusts in mini-muffin tins, then pipe the filling -- in this case, a peppermint-spiced marshmallow creme (easy enough to make while the pie crusts are chilling or baking).